We remember Karan Singh Grover as this muscular tattooed doctor from the Hindi television series ‘Dil Mil Gaye’ who later took over the TV screen with his effortless performance in ‘Qubool Hai’. Decades later this handsome hunk didn’t fail to impress us with his looks and performance in ‘Hate Story 3’.
But it wasn’t easy for him to get into the industry and become the highest-paid TV actor. He had his share of successes and failures which he shared in his latest interview.
Karan reveals, “3 Dev did not go the way it was supposed to. I had finished shooting for it, I was dubbing for it but it got delayed. It was supposed to release later but that didn’t happen. Then I finished a film called Firkie, which is to be released by the end of the year.”
But it appears his personal life has been quite satisfying. The ‘Punjabi Munda’ says Bipasha’s family needed him and he fits perfectly in the Bengali family.
“I think they really needed me. They needed one person to listen because everyone always talks at the same time. Everyone talks about different things at the same time. Everyone talks in Bengali obviously, which I know now. So I think they had this big need for somebody like me, who listens.”
“Sometimes they ask me, why are you not talking? I say you guys need someone to listen because you all talk at the same time. I feel blessed to have been taken in as a part of this family with such wonderful people who make such yummy food,” Karan says.
On the career front, Karan Singh Grover has made a comeback to TV after six years as Mr Rishabh Bajaj with Ekta Kapoor’s ‘Kasautii Zindagii Ki’.
Karan has also finished a film called ‘Firkie’ and ‘Aadat’ with Bipasha Basu, which is scheduled to release by the end of the year.
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